Scenic Rim police advise caution as operation Cold Snap still in effect

COLD SNAP: Police will be coming down hard on drivers doing the wrong thing for the next couple of weeks.
COLD SNAP: Police will be coming down hard on drivers doing the wrong thing for the next couple of weeks.

EMERGENCY services attended a serious traffic crash involving several vehicles at the intersection of Boonah Rathdowney Road and Saleyards Road at Dugandan about 8.30am on Monday.

The female driver of one of the vehicles was flown to the Princess Alexandra Hospital in a serious condition.

A police spokesman said anyone who may have witnessed the crash was asked to contact Sgt Peter Boyce at Boonah Station.

Beaudesert Police reported two traffic incidents in the past week.

On Friday, a 28-year-old Gleneagle woman was stopped by police on William Street Beaudesert and charged with disqualified driving.

Her vehicle was forfeited to the state and she will face court on July 30.

Police also stopped 44-year-old Birnam woman on Oakland Way, Beaudesert at 3.08am on Monday.

She will face court July 30 where a blood alcohol reading of .063 will be alleged.

Meanwhile Boonah Police reported a 22-year-old Acacia Ridge man was served with a notice to appear for drink driving after he was stopped by police on Munbilla Road, Munbilla at 8.45pm on Friday, July 5.

Police said he was due to appear in Ipswich Magistrates Court on July 30 where a reading of 0.081 per cent would be alleged.

A 36 year old Booval woman was fined for unlicenced driving after she was stopped driving a vehicle on Mount Flinders Road, Peak Crossing at 12.20pm on Sunday.

She was fined $204 for the offence.